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  1. #1
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    Dec 2013
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    Starting over and need help.

    After much debate we decided to just throughout our beast of a list and start over. With about 16 days left we need some ideas and quick.

    We are not overly concerned with ‘matching’ our boys’ names because we are planning at least one or two more kids(after this one) and really don’t want all ‘unisex surname’ type names. We are looking for something sweet and charming now but grown and sophisticated later. My hubs has a weird(but sexy) accent. It is a Russian-British mixture and some names(and words) just sound off. I had to eliminate some names I really like such as Meredith, which when he says sounds a lot like ’Merry Death’ or ‘Married Death’. I’m not a fan of Bel/Belle/Bella or ‘Maddy’ names. We have completely different naming styles which is making this so much harder.

    Any suggestions are welcome and appreciated.
    Happily married to my better half Nikolai.
    Our Handsome Gentlemen Ben, Max, EJ & Sky.
    And Beautiful Princess Ana.
    Planning to add more in the future, But you never know.

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
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    Merida
    Meriel

    One syllable names might work:
    Eve
    June
    Faith
    Rose
    Hope
    Grace

    Some longer names that could work
    Sabrina
    Rosemary*
    Bethany
    Charlotte
    Louisa
    Angela
    Lydia
    Veronica
    and
    Laura
    Good Luck!
    Aspiring Writer. Loves books.

    Also inspired by television.

    Current Favorite Letters are B, C, F, and G.

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
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    I would go super feminine since your sons have unisex names. How about:

    Vivienne
    Penelope
    Caroline
    Catherine
    Stella
    Sadie
    Rose
    Clementine
    Margot
    Greta
    Sylvia

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Dec 2012
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    From the other suggestions of berries, I particularly adore - Penelope, Stella, and Lydia to go with your son's names.

    Suggestions

    Elsa
    Adele
    Cecily
    Miranda
    Violet
    Eleanor
    Clara
    Lillian

    Hope some of these help.

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Dec 2011
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    Canada
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    Meredith was once a boy's name. So here are some names that once were used for boy's, or have a similar sound, as Meredith:

    Gwyneth or Gwendolyn, Gwen
    Megan
    Maren
    Marlene, Marlena, Marley
    Maris
    Merritt
    Whitney
    Lauren
    Lindsay
    Sheridan
    Shannon
    Allison
    Ashley
    Ellery
    Hillary
    Harper
    Evelyn

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